CNCO will say goodbye to the stage with a concert in Puerto Rico

The Latin band CNCO will say goodbye to the stages and their fans, after eight years as a group, with a concert in Puerto Rico on November 17, the last of their “Última cita” tour.

“We cannot say goodbye to the stage without singing in Puerto Rico. This has been one of the most important venues of our career and allowed us to meet many extraordinary people,” CNCO said in a statement on Friday.

That farewell concert, which will be produced by Paco López, will take place at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan.

“They always made us feel that we were at home and we will never forget that,” added CNCO.

Recently, the group released the song “La última canción”, a farewell song whose music video takes a tour of the key moments of their career.

In Puerto Rico, Richard Camacho, Erick Brian Colón, Christopher Vélez and Zabdiel De Jesús will perform hits such as “Extraños”, “No Apagues la Luz”, “La Equivocada”, “Tan Fácil”, “Quisiera” and “Reggaetón Lento”, among others.

After having toured several Latin American countries with their “La última cita” tour and prior to their appointment in Puerto Rico, CNCO will perform in Florida (USA), Bolivia, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Panama.

CNCO was formed in 2015 by the winners of the first season of the “La Banda” contest, from the American Spanish-speaking network Univision.

The Latin band has released four albums during their career: “Primera cita”, “CNCO”, “Déjà Vu” and “XOXO”, the latter from 2022.

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